Shingley Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... also in the middle of nowhere. We got a taxi to our accommodation for the next two nights, the Airlie Waterfront Backpackers. We arrived there at 11ish but the room was ready so again could check in early. Our room has a balcony but faces away from the beach into to most amazing view....DOMINO's, definitely feel at home now. We wandered around Airlie Beach for the rest of the day, lazing by the lagoon, checking out the ...
... and crannies of the rock wall and a tiny lizard running crazy laps around my feet...
I wake up with a start, my bag narrowly avoiding a fatal hurtle out to sea as I flail around confusedly, trying not to fall off of my not very big platform. A couple is chattering some way above me, just cresting the ridge and approaching my hidey hole all burdened with fishing rods and boxes of bait. We exchange hellos and I find myself a ...
... the following morning, left
our bags in storage and picked up our goon before heading to the Marina
to get on our boat at 2pm. Our boat was called the Habibi which means
'My Darling' in Arabic and had about 30 people on it. It was a bit
cramped but we had a great group of people. The first day on the boat we
just sailed to our overnight stop in a passage between two islands in
the Whitsundays. ...
... gets no better, though our views more than made up for it. High sided Helga gets buffeted by the strong winds over the low bush and we can add a kitchen door to her list of injuries. Driving at night is not recommended by LP, Autobarn, bloggers or friends due to suicidal Kangaroos.
Aussie's call post exam school leavers schoolies - like perverted colleagues, and they'd filled Airlee beach tour offices and bars with lanyards around their necks. We'd been promised ...
... It swooped down fast to intercept and caught it mid air. Cool.
At Mackeral Bay the tender dropped us off and we immediately saw a turtle, about 1m in diameter nestled amongst some coral say 6 feet below the surface. Eight of us crowded around for photos and GoPro, myself included. We were inconsiderate but couldn't help it, we all wanted the photos. The turtle soon got fed up with the unwanted attention and eased away with little effort, too fast for people to keep ...